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    That's almost as good a list as Mets 3B.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeacHawk View Post
    Lord the Jets drafted some quality QB's over the years:

    2000 - Chad Pennington
    2003 - Brooks Bollinger
    2006 - Kellen Clemmens
    2008 - Erik Ainge
    2009 - Mark Sanchez
    2011 - Greg McElroy
    2013 - Geno Smith
    2014 - Tajh Boyd
    2015 - Bryce Petty
    2016 - Christian Hackenberg
    Scott Frost before that, right? (not as a qb; Ahman Green and Hines Ward were on the board)

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    Like almost every other division has like at least 3 during that time period:

    AFC North:
    Ben
    Flacco
    Carson Palmer

    AFC South:
    Manning
    McNair
    (maybe Brunell, but he was pretty washed by the time Brady started)

    AFC West:
    Manning
    Rivers
    Carr (still young, might be kinda projecting out here)

    NFC East:
    Romo
    Eli
    McNabb

    NFC North:
    Rodgers
    Stafford
    (maybe Culpepper, but I'd side no)

    NFC South:
    Brees
    Cam
    Ryan
    Vick?

    NFC West:
    Wilson
    Warner
    Hasselbeck


    Just spitballing. Some of those might be debateable / might've forgotten some guys.
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    I'd definitely add Vick. I'd add Brees to the AFC West for his time with the Chargers. Rich Gannon was quite good for the Raiders when Brady started. I'd add Kaep for the NFC West.

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    Kaep's window was too short for me. Thinking about it more, Vick is a pretty sure yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayo View Post
    Kaep's window was too short for me. Thinking about it more, Vick is a pretty sure yes.
    That's fair. I guess you would leave Gannon off too. Putting Romo on the original list opens it up to a lot of bums.

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    Romo is absolutely a yes.

    The criteria really ain't too high. It's really longevity and being slightly above average in aggregate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayo View Post
    Wat

    Romo is absolutely a yes.

    The criteria really ain't too high. It's really longevity and being slightly above average in aggregate.
    so, does Dalton count

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    Yeah, he's a good one. I'd probably be OK including him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayo View Post
    Wat

    Romo is absolutely a yes.

    The criteria really ain't too high. It's really longevity and being slightly above average in aggregate.
    So how about Jake Delhomme?

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    Ha, you guys are the Panthers fans. He didn't feel like a top-half-ish QB in aggregate for a solid 7, 8-year stretch, but I could be wrong.

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    A huge part of the Pats run is getting to play in that absolute dog shit division

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    And -- especially in the back half of their run -- the conference hasn't been much better

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    for the AFC West, I'd take Manning out (he was not an elite qb for a sustained period in Denver) unless you also want to add Favre in Green Bay

    Trent Green and Alex Smith both went to multiple Pro Bowls for KC

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    Peyton had 37+ TDS three of his four years in Denver :shrug:

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    Peyton had 37+ TDS three of his four years in Denver :shrug:
    3 years seems to be too short for the window, according to the criteria; and if it's not, I would think Favre 2001-2004,2007 (particularly the first 3 years) should make the list

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    Ha, yeah, I understand Peyton's run was short in Denver, but if you combine a couple years of Jay Cutler, a couple years of Kyle Orton, some Tebow Mania, and Peyton's first 3 years, in aggregate it's pretty good! Certainly not precise criteria here.

    Favre completely slipped my mind somehow.

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    I mean, for purposes of this exercise, I think the question is: which NFL quarterbacks have been demonstrably better than the shit salads trotted out by the Bills/Jets/Dolphins over the past 18 years?

    and Denver's aggregated qbs pass the test, as do KC's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayo View Post
    Ha, you guys are the Panthers fans. He didn't feel like a top-half-ish QB in aggregate for a solid 7, 8-year stretch, but I could be wrong.
    He had a good six year stretch then fell off. Super Bowl, Pro Bowl. He was a consistent QB. Panthers fans loved him.

    Alex Smith should be on that list for the Chiefs.

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